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SSACHUSETTS & SOUTH
Vfdcr - lr "f So-.:t'n Carolina, cc.lor
sd frecpan f frcc slal;s not cliarged or
suspectel of crimcaie imprisoncd 0:1 ar
riv'.ii" v.'.lhia tlic atalc, and kept in jail
wrt.i:l!t:ir vessel ia ready to siil, when
they arc li'.ieraieJ on payinent of cosls.
Ma.-sjciui&ct:s dnabtcd thc constitutional-ii-
iT :h infamous and despotic law.and
sfpor ! iloii. Sircncl Hoar asher agent
to rcside iu Clnrlcston, to viudicate tlie
i'g"..; her colored citizcns against it
Alr. H. resciicu Charleston a few days
sh.co. . 11J an.tounccn his arrlval, and the
rt jecl 1 f his visit in a Ictter toGov.IIam
mn:d. Th's tlic Gcvcrnor trar.smitled to
tbc icp'iMSturc, who by cn almost unani
mous v.tc, jd'-p'eu resolutions expelling
Mi. I'nsr froir. the state. Mr. H. has left
Charleston ou h:s rottirt!.
"A nh tio greiter physical force Ihau
Vermont, for 11 years pt South Caroli-
na h.'s hravrd the ulioic Union. and bro't I
Pi-pn ihr fihl Xj-n.paii of the llennitage
to crofch hcfcrc her. ho dicn could
liave cxpccted that she whcitld hesitate to
rideroush shcd ovcr Jlassachusctls, ainl
exhibit her harhirous conlempt for hu
mau rii;hts & ihe cm:titutioti of lliis union
b) drivtag frnm hcrbordcrs an agent of
a sistcr s'.ate whose onlv crime u-as an
intention by sti sppeM lo tlic Conrts of
). iTr.inn in vinHicnt!! Iialh frcni what was
-,.,.. ;.,.-r-,!lf,lllpllt nf IlPr T;ilt,. r'
uw.t'w. . p...- --s ,
which S Carolina had bcwi guilty.
The chivalry alrcady conteriilatethem
selvts as owing 110 allgiance to the con
titutir.n, or the uni:;n. Thcy regard
Massachusetts asa foreign crnntry and
cntitlid nct evcn to l!-c obserranccs of
nntii'iml cc-iiitv rccotrnized amona hos
nmv, much lefs to thc courtesv ofa .
" ' j
sister strtc tt t'.ie conlederacy.
ote arro'raut andilisu'tiiigccurse to-1
Ma&achis could not have bccn J
Jt ivill trv the tnetal of the old
LOCO-FCfOS AND TRODUCE.
What an outcry hax ihe Lccos fur niontbs
nast beeu inakmg nbout thc low pncosol pro
duce. Oh: That abominable Whi,
hat-oodhiuloiiei.iraisiuStheprices of I
produce? But how are they now lakcn a
back by the lal! of prices fcincc ibc succees nf
Polk has bcn rertsin 2 What apology i:ow
for atu,iug tho rs'srally TarilT.liy whirl: alono
produre had atiy ni.ul.el ;t all. But thcy will
mect ihose tb.y have so grossly dcceived
-niihout difilculty. Thcycryuuta conpir
ncy. cra Whifr pauii;, cn pt'rpose to dcpress
prices. Thty can escape ffoni evcry dileni
ma. They c. i uv jr bi- cornertd henf.ilse
bood aud iiupiiure cnn hclp tln.iii out.
NATIONAL SABPATI1 CONVEX
TION. Such a Convcnt'.on rart at Baltimore a fcw
days siuce. Tb.-io cie CSjforeigudclegatcs,
ni;J 1111 from ihccily uf Baltimore. Johu
Q. Adams was ca!!rd i presiJe.
Hon. Theodorc Frclinhuysen aud Docl.
Mott were among thc V'icc Presidcnis.
To reinember th.. .Sabbalh day to kecp it
holy was a scn'inicnl carricd out iu screral ex-
ccllent resolulious- Tbe divuicappointment
r.t c 1 .1 . 1. - (. r- I,, I
Ol II1C i3aUI'aill,iilC lllUl.tiitc ui ii wusv.
iu the cstablishinent ofour social, ciiil, aud
rehgious iustituiions, ihe increasing couvic
tion inanifestcd iu vaiious parts of thccoun
try of ibe iluty and mility of kccping it holy,
and thc influciic: uhichth; reli;iotisa:nlscc
ular prcss are exeriiujr iu favorof the Lord's
Day. arf spoken o ns tnkcns of good io the
couniry, and duly recou:zd andnpprccialed
by ihe resolutions of ibc Convctitioi).
The proceedings of'.iie Convculion wcrc
State reinperEt c:- Comcmion is to bc '
beldat Coliimbus, Ohio, Deceniber 18. Al
primary objcct is lo refurm thc licensc sys-
tem, and bave it refened to thc peoplcof the j
77; 1 wa betwcen u.003 and 7,000.
Romamsm and the West. The Po.ne ; Mr. j,olll k -, be sccn represents ouly
aud his adhetcutsmlhis couniry make no a nii.iorityofthe pcople of.Michigan, but le
fecret ofthtir des.gr.s uponour great M sl, ceil,cs thcJ ,ivc electoral votes of the State,
and their vigornns movcnients ,bow that ihey ,llroui, tle itCiTcntion and aid oflheBir
will not lonscit lorwaut of moncv, iiicii, aud . ... ti.;, i,i.r.- ,c, ri,
fiPTPrniinf. nniiria in ci.i.intT'.itn r 'I iij.
Bolton Pilot. one of thrir oranr, savs:
"Catholics shonld ci-utrol aniKwav the des
tinies of the far West. The (Roman)
Cburcb has a rigttt to claim ll.e innneLsc
valleysof tbe Misjissippi," &c.
'Tbe American Rf ptiblican party, says ihe
N.Y. Am. Republiraii. bad iis origiu ina
fearlui necessity. It catne into exisicnce fiot
a monient too soon. It pul fortb itscner
giesbuta ycarago, and now it hulds sway
iu thc two great citiesol" ibc nalinn, andits
principles are extendir.gwitha rapidity cora
mcusurate with their bcneficeuce."
Locisiana. The Xev. OrlransBee hasau-'
.1 : - r. ....
luciiiiv. ic.u.i.a iiuiu tverv parisli m tlie expeiiuca lor ine maciiiiiery.
Statc, and says that the raajorities for Polk i
including the Plagunnints votc isC33. '
Throwiug out the fraudulent vote of Plaque-! OLThe Tribune has published an clo
miues, Clay will have a lnajor'ity of 23G : quent letter from I. P. Kennedy, ofBalti-
j more, in which bc comnicnts upon the as-
C7 It is stated that Mr.Clay'sspecrhcsin ' rcct and ll'e res,'s (;!ie h,e contcs, a1d
favorof aprotectivc tari.T, wre printcdiu . "I10" ,l,e ,,u? of thc UI"'S 10 PJese"
uerman and circuiatea in rennsyivania, pre-
vious to the late electiou, wilh Mr. Polk's
nnme appended astbe autbor! Sucb is lo
cofocoiim Idp American Kepuhbcauism is goinga-
nead in finp trl. m Ms;.x...f atia a m.t..
i,..r ;... """"-
uer ot associations have been formed in Bos-
ton. aud tbrough the neighboring couiities.
f comPose,s ornearly equal numbers
01 whigi anl democrats. Thojescaewariy
tnlUi- ATCrri,e.rintI'e'Valimi:il Intelligenccr.
d.&r jrTfrom Tnes-
Sinco it has beon tisccrtaiced beyond a!l Solar EcLirsE. There will be a partial
doubt who U 10 be oui next President. cvery cchpse of the Sun on tbc 19:h iust., visible
hodv is inqliiring. "What is thc prospect a- throughouttba greater part of.theUuited
bout ett'trt- a charter for a raiiroad J" We States. 'fhe tnean time-of the begiuuiug 13
have beeu oclv nble ! say, ihat tbe reports 3 u'clock 41 minutes.the greatest ouscu'ration
are for an ava'lable charter. Capt.Marsh.of 4 1-2 o'clock, and tho suu. set eclipsed at
1.111 village. iias just retiirucd from Cencord, 4-25, with 3-G digitso n its uortb limb ob-
a'ud ihiiiUs'llicre can lnudly be a doubt. scured.
The Claremont Eagle -learns verbally," 1 nwn na
tbat Raiirnads w ith "a limited right of way." - SPECIE GOINGTOFF. -nill
be sraiited, and that Ex-Gov. Hubhard
fuvors thc mcasure.""as3uming that tbe State
,ay ultimately receive a sharc of ihe uivided
nrnhtt nfipr ihftv arnve ai a certam ler eent.
All lliis ivill make them nublie roads. as the
tatiwilljbe loterested. It nillbe hanlly dem
ocratic. however. forthcState to raake money
out of ihe jisople. But we are uo judges of
these inatters. Frotn othcr sources, we al
so bave grounds fur the lielief that a beller
charter than ihe lost will bc olitaiued.
Whetbcr so much betteras to I10UI out a fair
proipect for iuvelmeat (the prandqucstiou)
remaiui to bc showu. A. . iScnlincl.
n ,tln rr Ur. Hnlmes.ofS. C. that
theHouseproceodto the choice oftheChap-
lainMr. Petit. ofla., niadc auolhcr speech
naainH cinployiug a chaplain. and paying
Iimii ont of ihe nublic inotiev but he nould
siibscribc Sj as his sbare ; and he offered his
' cn1irt iMfifin nnnpr. The Honse. howevcr.
erenutreadytoarcedeto Jlr. Petiit'tviews,
thouth be "warncd thc memhers that they
tnA,i vnlmtn itir ivnnl 1 exnloilc. un
less tbt-v looked to thcir conduct"! The
pretious qucslinn was sustaiufd, and Mr.
Pclifs iuiicndn.cnt nas rejecled 20 fur and
152 agaiust i. c. 152 for appointing a cnap-
lain, and so iccoptiiz'm j ihnr ilependrnre
r.nd thc prepriety of supplicatiu- divine aid in
the dUcli.irc of'lbcir duties, aml 20foru6-
seription iimierj. if money could he r.iucJ.
New Hampshire inembcra
J. C. Dexter Esq has beeu appointed post
Rutlaud vice Mr. Ilauks Esq
vi rrTni! T vnTP OP VFT? movt
bbtOlUKAb tUlL Ut
Tbe clectors ineet on Tuesday accorclinr '
to luv amlon Wcdnrsdnv east their votes
I and nnouinted tbe llon. Carlos Coolidce of
"y one ccrtificatc of the votes to Wash-
" . , ., ' . ,,r h, I
incton. Une ccrtiticatc 13 scnt oy inau to
,jie presi(lentof thc Senate, and another dis
positcd wiih the Judgc of this district. II
nd!es, to add tl.Ht .hc six votes of Vcr-
nmi't were stven to Ilcnry Glny and luec-
TEIE OFFICIAL VOTE OF NEW
AVe liive copied from the tahlo prepared
by the State Canvasscrs, tho fullowin' ng-
Rga:e nf the votc east for Elcctors iu this
JMaic, on thc 6:h of fioi-eniber. We liave
givi-nlhe tntnls for the Elcctors at Large, on
eicli ticket, and thc arcragevotc outhc whole
D. H. Uickinsou
A. B. lnilh
Polk Electoral tick-
The average vote on tln
" Clay 232,154
" " " Birney 15.740
Polk's majority ovcr Clay 5,101
M.iiority against Polk ou tbe Popular
The Abolitionists, by tbrowing away their
voicsnpon Birucy. have given the votc of
IUI3 iSlillC IU :l. I UIH. Uii.C UUI1L
inore by this ouc act to strengtheu aud cx-
tcud ibe inslituliou uf Slavcry.iban ihey can
in twenty years. Albany jC.re111
THE VOTE OF MICHIGAX.
The Frec Press publihes tbc oflicial re
lurns from ihcseveral Coutilics of this Slate,
as receivcd at thc olfice of the Secretary of
Statc. The followiug are thc aggregale rc
Whole numbrr 55.572
In 1840 ihe whole uumbcr, inclnding spliti
abhrcviaied, misspelt and s.cattcriug votes,
was 44.1:01. Thc increase, therefore, is over
Mr. l'olk bas a inaiorily of 3.4CC over Mr.
! Clay. but lacks 167 of a majority of tbe
I whole vote. Gov. Barry's majority lastyear
- " . -
bcar thc rrsponsibility. Dclroil Vaily Ad- (
Mor.v. of Fihst Fau'TS, Sevcnty
'. hands have bccn discharged from a very
extenstvc Tanncry iu B11IT1I0. A largc
number of workmen discharged from
Parker's Fur Manufactory in Albany.
, Thc arrangemcnts for cxtending large
1 Iytbc Cochecu orks in Dover, N. H.
have beeu abandnncd.
Thc population of Troy, N. Y., is now
j supposed to be 25,000. A manufactoiy,
to ctnplov 30 to 40 hands has iust been
suspcndcd.though a large surn has been
1 1 r . i i I
battling aza'mst crror ard corruplion. Mr.
K. i.surgent fora reformin the Naluralizatiou
l-aws. Wc shall give this letter iu our
A Locoroco friend tclls us a rood story of
1 . ... ...... .
vicnii.iii, wuo.wnnout nemg able to speak
or uuderstaoda word oflhe EnglisblanguaEc
umlertook to vote iu the upper part of the'
j ci:v at tbc late electiou. "What is your
uame!" said onc of the judges. "Polk ami
1 DaUas," said the German. -How on have
you bccn 111 this conntry?" said the judgc.
''i niR iiuu i7dn.i, iucorrman. 'rlave
you sot vonr uaturalizaiion papcrsl" said
: 1 Ti .11..- .t -T. .1.- r 7 . "
! thejitdgc. ''Polk and Dallas." said ihc Ger-
taan. "xou can t vote," saiu itie judge.
"Polk and Dallas," said tbc Germaa. "Move
him," said onft of the bystanders. "Polk and
Dallas," roared tb Germaa. Lou'uville
Notwithstanding the complaints of
Locos ,hat th(J nl Ur;ff ;g tQ hj h u
is in fact too little prohibatory. Immensc
. rr irfj i !
ana tnc currency uerangea.
Srccic ron Ei'Rnrc The amount of
nnni. r.1rarirl ntthp nnrt nf Pfpw VnrL-
' 1 1
for export, from Ist Oct. to 26th Nor. was
Totalof Gold and Silver, $2,920,218
HaIL RoAD TROM PoaTLAND TO Mostre-
al. Tlie people of Portland, Maine, arc
uideawake apparcmly delcrimned tohave'
a n,; road throujh from that beautiful city to
Moiiirertl; and e thiok it will bcaccomplhrh-
cd. It appean to us, that nature favors it
,WMn,llv A rniuiflrrablP noriion of the
.;, . 1 .. .1.. m 11' 1 ci
, rrillic win ruu uy 111c .uaS.iuuivy a....
l rivcrs viz. E0 mi'cs. llere Ihcre will be ht-
tlc comparaiive Rradiii' nccessary; aud the
whole route of UoO iniles may bc very easily
ns thc uatural advantapc arc so
fhe hi"hcst cstiinate nf the cost
i very creat. Th
is five millions
. ofdistance. overany othcr. will be
" "K6"'10 bc over one hundrcd miles
neirer rnsianti man oy any oiaerrouie. .imi
thal will xive ihe Canadas an advautag
vrellsis theState of Jlainc, to rcciprocate in -
fprrnnrBi. nml tnide nUo a larpe nortion
would.undoubtcdly fmd its n ay intoour States
from bolh ibe Canadas. Bostoo, especially,
would be greatly bencfittcd thereby. Amer.
Sen'ator from Vikcinia. IIon Geo.
W. Summers, of ihe Connty of Kenawha,
is mentioned as the Whiir caudidate for
amounis 01 ioreiSu goous noou our raarKei Eiteasive Slabling. 33;3
and the balance against us to pay for ; 7Z '
them is'again transferring our specicto JOSGpil ti. l5rflQI6y,
Europe. Reduce the tarifFandour coun- piVES noiice that through the blessin; orDi
try would soon bcagain scpt of itscoin, "
theUnited States Senate from the Stafeof . THE sulcriber has now on hand a gen
Virginia. A good sclcction. May the;cr;'' assortment of Familt Grocehies. of
, p, . r -., . - . ! a sunenor qunlity, which will be sod as
legisiature ,.,iu ii wu.i... u.c.r uc. lu
fjyMr. Giddings, thc Memberof Con
grcss from Ohio, whose decided Abolition
ismis well known to the whole coutitry,
tlitis speaks of thc labors of that jiarty
and of,thc rcsults. He uttcrsnothing but
thc truth :
"The mcn belonging to thc Liberty
party at thc last clectinri ,defeatcd atlcast
six caudidates fur Congrcss, who, if elec
teu, wnulu liave roted to repeal tne gaa
rule, and thc slavc laus of thc Distsict of
Columbia. ilao they bccn clccted as
thcy might have beeu I fully bclievc
thosc laws would have been repealed. 1
thereforc think these mcn arc rcsponsiblc
for their continuance."
New Yoi.k a.D Omo. In New York
thcfriends of Temperancc are circulating
Petitions to tlie Lcgislature iit which they
j hold the following languagc :
J "As a very great proportinn of the taxation
Icricd upun thc community to mect the
chargcsof pauperism and crime, is caused
by thc sale and use of tntoxicating dnnks,
and, as the inhabitanls of each town city
or borough, arc for this and othcr consid
crations most dceply iutercsted in thc
qucstion whether auy indiriduals shall be
liccnsed in thc scveral locialities to sell
these drinks as a common bcverage, that
qucstion, whether such liccnse shall bc
cranted, should, in our vicw, be rcferred
totlie inhabi ants of thc towns, lo bc
delermincd by them in a special town
! meeting, as provided in a bill reportcd by
I a Committee of thc last Lcgislature on the
I samc subjcct, and passed by a largc nia
' ioritv in the llousc. but which did not
reac'h the Senate in season for action."
The cclebration of ihe Annivcrsary oflhc
l.inding oflhe Pilsrims will take place in Ihe
Congrcpntion.il Churcli 111 lliis village, 011
,Vondav Ercnine, Dec. 2dd.. coinmeucin" at
six o'clock. The Addrcss will bc delivcrcd
by Rev. N. S.S. BemanD. D. orTtoy, wilh
appropriate musical exerciscs by ihe choir.
iViddlebury, Dcc. 15th. 1844.
JOUR DE NOEL,
Mcn. Lt Keri'd. C. P. Clarke. se propose
d'oberser l'auniversaire de la uaissance de
notreScigneur Jesus-Christ ct d'cn profitei
d'unemaniercdigne d'une telle occasinn.
C'est ponrquoi il veut reuiiirc tous les Cana
diens de cc Village it descs emirons le Soir
dn 25 du couranl n six beur a I'Eglise Mclh
odisic; poury rcndre a Dieu le cult, l'bom
magc ct les aciinns de gracc qu'uue telle oc
casion nous demande. Vennez mcs amis
Canadicns joignous pouradorer lc Pcre de
toutc boute, etcclebrons la IS'aissance de son
Fils unique uotre Redemplcur.
Rcv. Mr. Ci-arke would inform his Cana
diau friends that there will he worship in
Frencb, on theevening of Christmas day, at
C o'clock, in tbc Methodist Churcli iu this
Village. All are carnestlyand afTectionately
inrited to attend.
Wilh regard to the above, thcTrpowould
say, that we have no accented typc, but hope
that it will sufHcieutly understood by tbosc
for wbom it was intended.
Rev. Mr- Dalt will celebrate Mass in Mid
dlebury on Suuday tbe 15th and on Sundayi
the 22d and on Christmas day ihe 25lh inst. .
...li: . notrltu in.ilnl t.. ntlrmt.
Middlebury. Dec. 10th, 1844.
M a r r i edj
In Cornwall 5th of Deceinber by Rev.S.
W Macil- Orin Field Fsq to Mrs Rhode
W eek.of Cornwall.
In Shoreham Noy. an by Kev.ri..iiaven,
Mr. Jaincs Delong, to MlSS Emily W.
Russellall of Shhreham. We recetved
with the abovo notico n abundanco of
Letit be Remembered,
Tbattbe Anntnd Meetiog of the Middle
bury Manufacturin' Co. standi adjourned to
Wedueaday tlie 18th inst., at one o'clock
f. M. RUSSEL VALLET, Director.
Middlebury. Dec. 9, 1844.
t, Johns, C. .
CONDUCTED BY MRS WATSON.
Carriaget in attendanee.
Eitra Horses and Carriarcs in readiness for
i-ll T - 1 . f ' . C All Jt. -
nsiiioir. mimiraie 3pmi53 rtiuii,w-.
ana deserreit too.
Bristol village, Sec. I2lh 1844.
AT the Subscribers Boolc Store ,Carmina
Sacra or Boston Collection of Jlfusic,at
9 dollars per doz.
ALSO, ModtTnPsalmtst, at C dollars per
doz; Misccltancous Books, School Dooks,
JJlank BooJcs. andalargc assortment of Fool
Cap, Lttttr tf BilUtjxipcT, whicbwillbe sold
ery low tor Uash.
J. H XGAR.
Middlebury, Dec. 17lb, 1S44. aa.G.w.
Stjite or VeanoNT, J
Districtof Addison, ss. J
Belt rraembercdthaiala ProbateConrt heW
at Shoreham in and for tbe Distnct ofAdilison,
u iuc iin iiai-cj ueccnioer rt.
Hsn-i Pr.tr nnr,l .r.iri, in inltninfnt
pUrpoiting to be the last will and testammt of
Lewis Pratt lateof Bridport insaidDistrict de-
ceasedjprcscntsthesamel'orprobalc: lt is there-1
fuie onlered, tliat the said instrument l cxaui-1
inedlor probate, ata seision of said Conrt lobe
. 3, o,cIock ialhe ana
lu,y may aplrear and make their objcc -
tions, it any thcymay bave. to tlie probate and
oi mis orfler in tne xonncrn uaiaiy a
newspaper pnnted at Middlebury in said Disinct
llebury in scid Distnct
,nree Iee" successiveiy previous to tnc saia ses-
sion of said Court
J. S- Buihncll Rcgalcr.
A true ropy of Record,
Attesl J. S. Buthndl ResUltT. 33.
i low for ciisli. as anv store in this villarrc.viz:
Crushcd, loaf and broicn SUGARS and
Old Hyson, Y. IL, II. S. and black Teas.
Old Jaca, Lasuina, and St. Domingo Cof-
'fecs, Cocoa, Chocolate and Cocoa Shtlls.
llicc, oua ana rackers.
Crudeand Gro. Pcpper, Cinnamon, Clotcs,
Cassia. Alsphc, Mace, Nulmegs and Gingcr.
Tapioca, &go, Arrow-Root, Pearl Bdrlxj,
Oal Mtal, hcland and Irish Moss. Cuofans
Whitt common Gluc.
IIull's Ab. 1. Hxtra.andCom. Bar Soap,
Shatins and Fancy Soavs, of rarious Jdnds,
Shaving Crcam, a supcrior arliclc.
raint and yarmsh JJrushcs, famls, Yar
nish and Linstcd Oil.
ISuTling-.on uiass, cu sizes ana ruliy.
Box Rasins, Lemons, lamannds and Cil-
i-r J.UUUUU j uu aiiuj, fiumtuui) mi
ScolcJi SnufT. A-c. &?. W.
Mi.hllehury. Dec. 1S44
STATE OF VERMONT,
District of New-Haven, S
Be it remembered tbat at a probate court,
holdcuat Bristol iu said district 011 the !)lh
day of Octoher 1344. Thurstin Chaseguardi-
, - . cJ ' , s'a.
Malmdj Stearns, minorchildren of Nathan-
ict Mcarns late ot iilonkton, m said district
deceased, niadc application to said court for
licensc to sell all ihe rcal cstale of his said
wards. that Ihey inherit from the tstale of I'roiessor 01 mujic 10 tne iroy Conlerence ac
their father, Nathanie) Stearns aforesaid de- f.ade.?' )i cst Puluic'i resneclively Rives 110-
ccascd, consisling of about 24 acrcsofwood
laud and nbout 1 1 ncres ofimproved land, for
thc purpose of innintainuig aud eduraling
said wards. tlic persoual cstate heing iusuf
ficieiil for that purposc.
Whercu)oii said court ordered said guar
dian to notify all persons cniicerned, to ap
pcarat a probate court lo be holdenntthc of
lice oflhe Jndge of said court in Bristol iu
said district. on the first Monday in January
1S45 at lcn o'clock A. M., theu and thcrc to
make objcctious if ihey scc causc lo the
grauting uf such liccnse by pulilishin
g a ccr-
tiRpfl fnnv iT tl.iti iinla. in . lin Vn.lll.l. fZnl-
axy printed at Middlebury in ibe Connty of
a .1,1 ,i, ,. "1 ;':'t ,.,;
to ihe time ofsaid Court.
,. ...j ..v.;,
HARVEY MUNSILL, Judge.
A truc copy of record.
Attest. II. MUNSILL. Jndgc.
STATE OF VEKMONT,
Districtof Netv Haven,
Be it remembered, that at a Probate Court
holdcn at Bristol, in said District, 011 the 22d
day of Novcmbcrl844.
The Exccutors. on the estate of John Bd
con late ofMonkton.iusaid district, deceased,
which. made application to said Court lo ex-
amincand allow their account against said es-
lateas Executors; therctipou. said Uourt or-
.t.,i i',..inr .r.nni;fvall nrrinniron.
cerncd to annear at a Probate Court to be
holden at the officeofthc Judge ofsaid Court ,
at Bristol tu said Disinct, 011 the 1st Monday ,
of January 1845, at 10 o'clock A. M., theu
and Ihcre to maKe tneir oojections 10 tne ai
lowance ofsaid account if ihey see cause, by
puhlishiug .1 cerlified copy of this orderin the
Nortbern Galaxy, a Newspaper printed at
Middlebury in tbe Counties of Addison ibree
wceks successiveiy prcvious to tbe time of
HARVEY MUNSILL, Judge.
A truc Copy of Record.
Attest, H. Mcnsill, Judge. 29
State of Veumcst.
Di.strict of New Haven.
Be it remembered tbatata probate Court hold
cn at Bristol in said district on the 15th day of No
Tlie AJrainislralor on tlie eitate of Ljdia llrown
or Staiktboro' in itaid lJistrict, tlecea
ntestate. made apoliealion lo paid Court to ex
amine and allow his account againit aid estate as
Wbercupno, aaid Court ordered the Adminittra
tor to nolity all perns cooctrned to appear ata
proliate court lo be liolden at Bristol witliin and for
. I.. a;. nr..raiit n ih. firtt MnndaTof Januarv
1845 at lOoVlock A. M., at ihe olfice if tbe Jodje
ol" jaid court in Bristol in raid diftrict, then and
. there in make objectioni tollieallowanceoftaid ac
emM .fh Kela,ei, pMh:,Bg a certifie.1 copy
ofh;j orJp'r inh, Nor1hern cuij, Newpaper
printed at Middlebury in tbe CountyofAddion,lhree
A ,rne copj, or 1eeBlit
Jkimi, M. McBiitt., Jndc. 9
BOOT & SHOEMAELYCr.f
E. B. PLAISTED, inform
ihe public Uiat be Llill continuti to cirry on tbe
SbotnukiDgUuinesa io all iu Lraocbci, at tbe old
taod, iaSlewart's build o.
Hides! Hides!! Thesubscri-
ber ur!bcs to buy b!lea, fur whicli be will exchan;e
B0011, Sbocs or Leatbcr, and will pay ibe bigbest
nurket Drice. E. B. 1'lauted.
N. U. He bas 00 hand a eood atortiucat of
SUushter and Spauisb soVlejiber fur sale.
Middlebury. Not. 20, ISU. 29;tf
THE Conilitution, the is vitx" ofour on
dcrful bodiei, conslautly rrquire an allcmtiv
or rrpenerating inSuence. lo crealo and ntain
a boaltby exiatance. Air, liglil.and somo o',!he
clemcnlsars brouiht to-this icquisition, and for
a time prov sudicient fcr the requirements of
the sjstem. uul "nen irom unprudeiice, anrti
viulation of the las of Ihe animal oconomy
niotbid linmori aiisc ,aci!d and riiijtiaor juice,
aro coll-cle.1, the smecn leqnircs a?n'ar.re
from somo mhei tource. or it sinks in di'cast.
decay and death. llov wondirfulandfalutary
at tbis priod, aia tho eflVcu of an appropriate
alteratire me'licine, taken in season ? Thou
sands hao bpn sared from dealh, and millions
frutn t'jffenngs indefiribable.and again rcslorcd
to healtli, by t 0 limslr use of Piielpp'Toma-
Lto Pili.s, which are so efficacious and potent.
in cleansini: Ihe stomacu and bone!, puniyin?
I Ibe blood, and renoTatingtlin glandular jys'em
1 1 - I r . i . 1 .t
oy aiicniig inc eecrcuoiis.oi iiio -i,iu piijci
giaud-sandcarijingon tlie morbid juices and hu
mors : thal at Ihe South they have acquicred
ihe name ol " Fevt r Baiie," becaue they inva
riably prerent or liictk up biilioim, remi'.tanl,
yellow, inlermltlanl, and lunjr fevers.
Fito ycars exlcnsi'c ue, hivo priven Ihtm
tlie brst ard onty surc and safe remrdr for all
tbe numerous chronic disrasea. wherc the ys
eia requircsfouK'lliing thal will opcrate on Ibe
Blood, Luer, and vorious sytlcms of vcnsrls,
givinj them a heallhy aclion.at tbe same time
e.xpcl the morbid and poisonous juices and bu
mcra, ivhieh it separatcs from thtm.
In tlus clasa r.r dtvaics, are Ilheumatism,
Dispepfia, Dropay, Lifer Complainlj, Billious
I Slonach, Scorfula, Gravcl, Wonns. Tumor,
na crup.ioni 01 tne Kin 01 various kinu.-i; per-
manent weaknes abore the loins and limbs,
King's Evil, cunstitutional and h;rcdilary fee-
utenes 01 me wnoie or part 01 1110 rsiem. &c.
Tl..tr.wfj n'ril... ..r . " ..:
he leen cureil by 1B Tmi,0 p,,,, . an , ,hou.
faitdinf drallu would hata been prcnnled had
; had Ihese P.IU bcen usud, instead of tome irra-
; spontiule.banelul. quack pill a remedy, ornhicli
ciiaiiaianiim auout Ihiiunirersal leatilr-
I They ara nrep.tred of valuablo vopetable rem-
. edi.s, wmc.i arc knon lo be bolh tafe and tf-
fectual, and arc used very miensivelv br Pbv
dicians in tliair prirale rract;ce. brcausc a liun
dredi have said, Ihey are ibe most plcasant, rf.
fcciual and safe n.edicine we bave ever uied
Tbe abore Pillsarefor ale by agents',in all
Ihe rounlry lowns. Af cnln aie cauiioncd not
to buy of "edltrs. "One Word to tbe wijj is
G- R. Pbelp M.D. Proprietoj Harlferd Ct.
Be particnlar that his signature it on Ihe labcl.
Ptice, 23 ct. For Salo by 84 6nc
Sidney Moody, Midillebury,
1 Vnlnev Itoss.
Hun'tey &. Higgins.
PAINTS & DYE-STUFFS
The ul.rrilwr is now rccciving nd will
, l,e constaiitly supplied ivith ecery article in
i theu'iove liue. bolh ofiicinal nnd Fatent,
jmcral Watcrs Irom Snratoia, fuurc
j vv mcs anu iiquors tor .Nieuici'ial nurnos
l3Frpscrititions put up by competcnt
pcrsons 011 tbe shortest noticc.
Stuie first iloor south oflhe Post Ofilce
and open at all hours. W. P. RUSSEL.
Middlebury, Nov. 19th, 1344.
n, . , f, . .
' ilJ USlCal J UltlOl).
1 p,A5 FoRTl 0MAjr AyD Slsc5lo
WM.PEASE, Proressor and Tcacber oflhc
V Scicence and Practice of ilosic from thc
cilics of London. Do.-ton and New York. respcc-
tively acquaims thc citizcns of Middlebury and
viciaity that having received ihe appointment of
UIC lilU, lllU llAt UdllCI & IU3UIUIIUJ1 LUIil
inencesisor. isth, sio tor .Miisic I'jano ortc
and SingingSlO pcrqaaner, Organ the same;
the price is fixed atten dollars so that pcrsons
wiamng 10 ODiain a ununca Musical cducauon
can securc it witliout beicij orhged lo go to
larecCities toolnain tlic same at a greater ex
ncnie. The subscriber havins received his Mu.-
sical Eilucation of "yeais in theciiy of London
under sevcralol Ihe urst .iiasicrs, and been an
Instruclorof Music upwards of20 years in this
uoumry anu europe warrants rjimin saying 10
all wishing his instruclions in thc sciencc that
they will receive a thorough Musical cducalion
oa scientlnc principles.
.Mr. f . woum also say to thosc vonng ladies
ho ,v i,h 10 ,ix'?le le?ihT, :ih31 he .h.as, alrca.dy
Ctled sevcral, and fnmisbed Ihem with Iucranve
siiuations. and heis conantlvarrhcd to for la-
, dies as tcachcrs. The Troy Confercnce Acade
I my i in thc inat flourisning coadition. The Fac-
uity consists 01 six expenenccd i'rolessors and
Assistauts. Doard is aslovc asal anv othcr la
s'Jttition in IEctland Ccunty.
Troy Confcreace Academv,
West Poiiltncr. lll.
N. B. All thc Modem operas now pcrformed
in new 1 orli aie laugni oy tne snbscitvr.
NEW-YORK GRAND ACTION
Wm. Peuk late from New York, respcctfally
( 2I1nounces to thc Musical World and the pubbc
i ingeneral, that he is receiving a splendid assort-
tneat ot the ccleDrattu uraniiActionFiinotortes
, fol Case wood aud ilahogany) conlructed on tbe
' moM approved principles .with all the modem iin-
ofTouch f of sicchanisrD
a)d warranlcli w endllre t!je exiremes of climate
in tbis Uountry. uid riaoos taven in cxcnange.
Piano Fortes tuned.
Piano Forte ware room, W. Ponltney.nearly
oppositc the Acadeniy.
N. B. The above Instruments harc received
4 First Premiums (Gold Medals) atihe American
and Slechanics Insthmes,New York, for theacsT
Tose, Toccii & Finisu, and the subscriter can
refcr persons to several gentlemen who have pur
chasedofhimduring the last five years. The
aboveinstruments will besold as low as can be
purchased in New York, tbereby saving expense
of transportation, and warranted for 1 year. 28
We the subscribers, being appointed br the
Probate C.urt for the Districtof Addison, Com
misioners, to recoive, examine and adjost all
claims and demands ofall persons, agausst tbe
late of Middlebury, in said Distrct, deceased, and
also all cbims and demands exhihited in offset
thereto: And Gmonths from the lGth day of Oc
toher 1844, being allowed by said Conrt for that
pnrpoe, we do tbeteforc hereby give notice that
we will attend to the bnsiness ofour said anpoint
ment .ttheofficc of Samocl Swift in said Mid
dlebury on the second TUesdiys of Jandary and
April 1845, from nine oVlock.A. M. nnlil four
o'clok.P. M. on each ofsaid days.
Samucl Swift, 1
PtUf StarT. Commis'rs.
liwon P. Beaman, ) 29
TkUid at MiddUUsiy, ihit 16(A Oct. 1844.
Tbe TrusMes of this Institution givo notico
under tho instructionof Mr. J. F. BiroiiAir, (
!N r Mni.J.1 thn Olt, nf Tif
wiu commciicc ui wwu.j " - .
and will continue 11 weeks.
T. A. MERRILL, Recister.
Middlebury, Nov. 19th. 1844. 29.4 w.
HE sulncriber !i?.ving purchased 1I10
stock of Goods recemly owncd by W.
S. Johssos. has receiTert from New York !
a ricbaud well selccied assortment of ,
Fall and Winter !
Consistine in part of a great vnriety of
Cloak &l Dress Goods,
Among whicb will be foun i
Vclcet for Bonnets,
BVk Ital. Cravals,
Rich Muslin de-
Cashmcrc de Cosse,
Gimps iy Frfagcs,
Gcnts Word Ghscs,
Boyi do. do.
Cords and Bindings,
And n completo assortment of
Coat and Ovcrcoat
Which will besold cheaper than can be
Bonnet Ribbons and Artificials,
Of evcry variety and style, togcthcr nitb
a good nssortment of
Groceries, Crockcry, Paints and
The above Goods will besold cheap for
cash or ready pay only. 27
Nov. 2. 1844. AUSTIN JOHNSON.
STATE OF VERMONT, )
District of Addison ss. J
Be it remembered, that at a probate court hcld
at Middlebury in and for thc district of Addison,
on thc 21st day of Noveml er A.D. 181 1.
Norman Tupper and Rufus Perkitis excc
utors uflhe last will and testament of
IIENR Y IIIER,
lateof Middlebury deceased. move thcConrt
ihatpetition ol the real cslate ofsaid deceas
ed be madn among the heirs ofsaid dcceas
cd; aud that commissioncrs be appointed fur
that purposc; It is therefore ordered that
said Exccutors give notice to all pcrson iu
tercsted to appear before said Court. at a
sessiou Ihcrciif to bc bcld atlbe office ofthc
Register ofsaid Court in said Middlebury,
on Thursday the 19th day ofDeccniberncxt.
al onc o'clock in Ihe nftemooii, at nhich
time and placc said Court will appoiut Com
missioncrs lo make partilion ofsaid cstate.l.y
publishing a certiSed copy of this order in
ibc Nortbern Galaxv a newspaper piintcd at
said Middlebury three wccks successiveiy
prcvious to tne said sesion nl said Court.
J. S. Bushnell Regisler
A true copy of record 20
Attest, J. S Bushnell, Rcgisicr.
STATE OF VEriJIOXT. J
Diftrict cf New IlaTcn, J
Be h remtmbereil llt st a prolme coiltt lwl.Icn
at BritoI, wiihin and fir llie ilintricl of New llaicn
on tbe 23ddayorNnvrmberlS14. The Adiniuisira
lor on the etaie of Caleb Landrr lue of New Ha
ven in pabl diftlrirtdeccaneJ, in'estalr, made appli
cation to faid Court to examine and allow I119 nc
cnunt njainjt taid account a Adminiitralor aforc
rai.l. Wlicrctmon, aaid court ordered tlie AdmlnVtrator
lo nolify all pcrsonn concrrned, to apNfar at a pro
bate rourt bibc holden at BriMi.l in snid JNtnrt ori
llic lirit aliinday in January IS45, at 10 n'clotk A,
M. tben an. tlire tn nrake tlirir o'ljrrtions to Ihe
nllowance of laid areounl, ifthry see eauie.by puli
liiiliinf a canifled rt.py nf tbUt.rdrr In thc Norlhern
(.alaxya npwpnper priuled nt Middlebury in tlie
Citunty i.f Addison, ilirci; wrelts successiely prc
tioni to lll2 lime i.f iaid Courl.
HARVEYM UNSILL, Jndge.
A true Copy of Record, 21
Attest, U. Mcnsill, Judge.
Slate of Vermont, 1
District of Addison. )
Bc it remembered, that at a Probate Court held
at Middlebury in and for tbe District of Ad
dison, ou thc 21st day of Norembef A.D.
Charlotte V.Wooden.William Brastedand
Bcnjatnin Brasted administrators of thc es
tate of Ransom V. Wooden late of Bridport
in said District deceased. preseat iheir peti
tion in writing to said Court, praying for li
ccnse. to sell tbc rcal estate ofsaid deceased
for the purposc nfpaying ihe debts ofsaid
deceased and thc expcnses of administratinn ;
and iherrin scts forlh ihe amount of debts
ilue from tbc deceased, the expcnses of ad
ministrattuii, the value oflhe pcrsnnnl cstatc
and the situation of rcal cstatc, aud lh.1t it is
neccessary lo sell the rcal estate nf said de
ceased for the purposcs aforesaid ; It is there
fore ordered that said prtition be cousidercd
by said Court alasession thercofto bc bclJ
at ihe oBice of thc Regisler of said Court in
said Middlebury, on Thursday the I9th day
of Deceniber next, al one o'clock in the af
temoon, and tbat said aJministralnrs give no
tice thereof to all persons interesled.th.it Ihey
may appear and make their objcctions, if
any they may have, to said Iiccnss being
granted, by "publishing aceitified copyof
ihis order in the Nnrtheru Galaxy a news
paper printed atsaid Middleburv.three wecks
successiveiy previousj tbe time ofsaid
J. S. BUSHNELL, Register.
A true copy of Record,
Attest J. S. Bdjii.iell. Register. 31
at the Post-Office.
Extcuive additiona have recently been made 10
to Ihe stock belbreon band,of
School, Classical &Miscellane
ons Books, wid. Blank Books
in lar-e varletr. and Stationerr ol eve rv deicrlpnon.
and Fancy Articlei. A liandtouie asinnroent ot I
Annuala an.l otber ebgant books for Cbristinis an.1
New Year's cresenis. A rood varleir of Albnwi,
PicUriat Shakespeare now nublisbing 10 Nos. 12 1 2
cts. racll. Carmina Sarraind all tlie llusieal noiks
pcblishedby Wilkins, Caner t Co.of Boatnn. Any
Itlosical vrork publishel as abore, if not oa banJ.can
be fdrnuhed at sturt notice, for siajb" schoob or
focieties, or fbr indiridnals.
M-All to 19 aoKl coeap.
HWItbery. Nor. . 18U.
THREADS. blls, brown, culM nnt
white linen thread.Finelay'd.Thistle.Co.iiV
Tnylor's and Brnndon's spool thr'iN,vihitr
and col'd skcin cotton thr'd: 0nnnels,brM
cloibs, cassimere, doe skiiw.goat hnir r am
Ict, calicos, ni. de laiues, crape de lainft.,
yaconetlcand sarsenette catnbrica, bnlzo
rines, prl'd lawns, silk and cotton warp a1
pncca,saxony cambletecn.nlpacca. wory
teil anl Ptlk serge, caroline, victorin, nml
IJob-Roy pfaids. reJ circassaion prt'd, red
moreen forcushions. tcfretsrtab c covers,
gtnghams, Wk nnd white satin, gro. de
swiss. ribbons, cord aud laseo', cravatr
hMk'fs, ludics1 crarats nr.uffiers J.ll.liracs,
clastics,Irish linens-a Iurgequatitity brmvn
and white, glovcs ofall ilescriptiona, bur.k
miitens. bl'lc crape, bonbs nnd eycs, hosei'
cry, hair aud tootb brusbe, fnticy soapr
irory, twist; backidend dressimr eombs
zepby: worsted,setvinsilk and tttist.tirrru,
laces, edgings, muslins, swiss, book aiiif
ftidia, bishop'3 lawc, lineu lawn, hnrss
olaukets, cloak cords, Xbar cnmbrir, Bat
tins.canvass. paddiii?, surt.coat. and vesc
cnrds it bindings, stay bindings, liccntape.v
paper muslins,. col'd rnmbrics, ..e!s:asr
straps, pant and vestbuckle, snufTanil to
bacco hoxes, bhavin: brusbes, pi.is,- nco
dles, pearl buttoiw.nll otlier button, aprnti
chcck, qunlity bindings, wragen, twecds-.
amurooiisy ilcuiiiis, dnHtngs, croci.cry,
l.vi'ps, tutnfilers-, bnr soap, tfa- tugar, tof
rce. pppper,spice, nnnnrg, cluves, indigor
camphor, rasins, butler, molasses. pcr:.
mnlaga, maileira, sicily, tobacco snutf, and
a great variety ofurticlcM too nunicrous to
incution, fortale chpnp by
BROWN ii sheldon;-
Administrator's Sale of Reat
In pursuancc to an order of tite Prohata--Court
for thc District of Addsson. I shall of'
ferforsalc afAuctionat inydwellinE iu Salis
bury, on Saturday llie 30th day of Nov. inst.,
at one o'clock iu ihe aftemoon, the following
real estate of HOLLAND W.NOYES late
of Salisbury deceased to wil: twolots of lauil
sitttateil in Cornwall cunlainiug sixty-nce
acrcs each, boundcd North by Boud nud Jauca
land. East by Olter Creck South by 3rrha
land, and onc olherlot nf sixty aiic acrrs, sit
uatcd iu Salisbury, bounded wcrt l-y Otter
Creek, south by J. M. Wceks' land, crst h
Wm. Noycs' land and north by Flavel M.
Beach's laud. Likewisr a fcw articles of pcr
soual property such as au ox cart, 2 yokcs
&c. v'C. togcthcr wilh about 15totis of hay
iu thc stack, situatcd on thc land iu Cornwall.
Tertns of payinent made ktiown at tbe time
of sale. W.S!I!gti' Millcr, Adnir.
Salisbury, Nov. 9, 1844. 23
(Tho above sala slauds adjourned to
tbe 14th day of Deceuibcr at 1 oirock iu thor
aflernoou at iho pr.icc abnve mculionrd.
APEIt Htingings, a large i.trck, just.
rcc'd nnil oilcrcd low by
May 1, 1341. A. FRANCIS.
STATE OF VERMONT, j
Addison District, ss.
Bc il reincmbcrcd that at a Proba'c Ccur't hctl
at Middlebury iimml for llie Distifcto .ttldiion,
on Ihe llrtb day of Novemler A. D. 111.
Joim Dyar of Salsburv insaid district a rersoo
interesled in tbe otatc of Peter C'ndman fatc of
SalUbnry deccaed, tnoTc ihreottrl, tSat rar.i
lion of that partof tlis rcal cstale of said de -.vl
which wasiclout as a dowcr 10 IV! C u'maii,
widorfcrcf j.aid deceared tc irade amo: g tbe
persons imercsted in?aid cstale, snd ihai rum
missioncrs 1 c appointed for tbat rnrposr It i
therefore ordered, tbat said Dyar e,irc r.otice ti?
all peisons intciested, to nppcarbrlbiesaid xutt
bc held st ibc olllccofikc Itcjnstrr of ai-' ccr-t
in Middlcbuiy on Tluirvlar tbc 19th da' '" De
ceinber nexl, at one o'clock' in tlie altcrr.ooE, t
which time and placc Ihe said Coun tuiI aproint
coinmissiutiers lo ii'ak? psrtiiion cf said cut
by jubliliing a certificd co;y of thi
order in the Northeru Galaxj-, a nev
paper printed at .1iddlcluiy in said dfctriet ibree
eeks successiveiy previous to ihe time of said.
Atttst J. S. Bl SH.NELL, Register.
A true copy of Bceoril.
J.S. ni SIINELL, Rcgister
Guardians Saleof Real Estate,
Iu pcrsitaijcc nfnn rrnler of llie J'roba'n
court fur tlie District of Addi?on, We sba I
oflTcr for sale at auct' 41 r.t iho chve'liu
of Horace Jancs in Cornwall on Frid.iy ihe
18th. day ol'Dccncxtat nne o'clock iu tha
nfieninoii unle prcvioti.sly disposcd of 11 1
privit': sale. the fojbiwiiig real cstate of
Alnn-.nu Peck of Cornwall, an insanc per
scti. to it : onc lot of land situateil iu
Cornwall routainin abnul scvjnly fivo
acrr of Innil.witb a Iiiiihc and bnrn bouu
ilfd Nnrlh by Wur Pi.ck's fntitl. West by
AbclJ. U ooti;r's lan.l, i'outh by Horace
.lnne' lnnil. East liy the hishway. leailin
South frniu the JSaptHt Mcetiti" Ho'ise.
Tertns cash nti llie ilclifcry nl thc derd.
HOIIACE JANES. ?,-,
ORItlN FIKLD. JOunr.Iinn..
Cornwnll Nov. 22n.l. 1344.
LPACCAS. A largc assnrlmcnt al
BUOWN h SIIELDON'S
STATE OF AKRMONT.i
JUislrictot iew llatcii.
Be it remembered. that al a probate cotnt
holdcn at Bristol in said ditiiit. on thc 29tb
day ofNoVcn.bcr. 1544. The Aduiinistrrturs
on the cstale ufNath iniel Slinltlick. I.ite cf
Monkton in said distnct deceased. intptate
made applicatinu tn said court to cxam'ue aud
allow his accouut against said cstale as Ad
Whercuponthe courl ordered thcndiiuQrs
trator to uotify all persons cor.cerned. 10 ap
pear at a probate court to be holden nt tho
ollice oflhe Judge ofsaid conrt at Bristol iu
said district on ihe first Mntulay in January
1845, at ten o'clock A. M.. then aml iherc to
make objcctions 10 the allowauce ofsaid ac
count if thcy see cause, by puhl'hiiig n ccr
litied copy of ihis order in thc Nnrtheru Gal
axy a newspaper priuted at .Middlebury, in
the Couuty of Addisun three wceks succa
sivcly previous to tbe tenn cfsaid court.
H. MUNSILL, Judgc.
A titie Copy ol Record. 3b.
Attest. II. Ml'NSILIJud-c..
Statr of Vrr.HOKT,
Districtof Addison, ss.
Ht. it rniicinlx-ml that at a prui-atc ronit do!Ji d
at Middlebury iu and for the District of Ad
dison, on tbe 2lttdnyof Norember A. D.
Abcl P. SkiiT adniinUtrator of tbe estate of
late of Bridport iu said District dcccasee pre
sents his administration account furallou
ance; It is thereupan ordered, thatihesaiuo.
bo examincil farallowance ata sessiou of thi
court to be held at the office of tbe XegUtt r
ofsaid court in said Middlebury, cu Tn,ur-.
day tbo 19tn day of December nexA ouo.
o'clock in tbe aftemoon, and that tbe tiUI
admintstaator give notice to all persoru iuter
csted, that they may appear and make tb.tL
ohjectinns, if cny thcy may Ka.tr- to the al
lo wui:b ofsaid accouut, by publisliug a cer
lified copy of this order in the Norilieru Gal
axy, a ucwspaper priuted at taid Middlebury,
three weeks successiveiy prcvious tothe sa'id
session ofsad Court,
J S Bushnell, Reg.
A truc eopy cj Record.
Attest JS Busjinell, Rejttr. 2A